Millwall vs. Bournemouth (Wednesday, 6.00pm)
The Cherries have won six Championship games in a row to move into fifth, while Millwall's top-six hopes are effectively over after two games without a win.
We say: Millwall 0-1 Bournemouth
It has been more than two years since Millwall lost back-to-back home matches, but we can see that being the case on Wednesday evening.
Bournemouth have been in fantastic form and have the quality to maintain that run into the playoffs, with another win here all but confirming a top-six spot.
Rotherham vs. Middlesbrough (Wednesday, 6.00pm)
The Millers have lost back-to-back games without scoring to remain 22nd, while Boro are officially out of the playoff race after also losing successive matches.
We say: Rotherham United 1-1 Middlesbrough
Both teams are out of form, but there is no doubt that Rotherham have far more riding on this match than Boro, who are now jostling for position in upper-mid-table.
Boro boss Warnock has lost just one of his 18 managerial games against United - albeit that loss coming earlier this year - and we can see the visitors claiming at least a point.
Wycombe vs. Bristol City (Wednesday, 7.00pm)
An upturn in form has just about kept the mathematical hopes of survival alive for the hosts, while their visitors have dropped to 14th spot with just three points from their last six matches.
We say: Wycombe Wanderers 1-2 Bristol City
Despite the contrasting form of the two sides, we see Bristol City coming out of Saturday's game with a narrow victory to potentially confirm Wycombe's relegation.
Their impressive response in the game against Sheffield Wednesday could be a sign of them potentially turning the corner, and we see the Chairboys falling just short if the Robins can build on that positive result.
Stoke vs. Coventry (Wednesday, 7.00pm)
Three victories from the last four games have seen the Sky Blues move up to 18th spot in the Championship table, all but confirming their safety after they previously sat worryingly close to the drop zone, while the hosts will be looking to end a three-game winless run on Wednesday.
We say: Stoke City 0-1 Coventry City
The visitors have found momentum at exactly the right time this season, all but confirming their survival, and we see them extending their strong run on Wednesday.
Robins's men will still be wary of taking their foot off the gas, and will know that another victory should see them home and dry, while their hosts have suffered from having very little to play for at this stage of the campaign.
Birmingham vs. Nott'm Forest (Wednesday, 7.45pm)
The Blues have won back-to-back matches to move up to 19th and just one point behind opponents Forest, who are winless in their last two games.
We say: Birmingham City 1-0 Nottingham Forest
Birmingham look a completely different side under Bowyer, who could make a bit of history should the Blues win again at St Andrew's in midweek.
The hosts have gone four games without conceding, whereas Forest have fired successive blanks, so we are backing Bowyer's men to edge this Midlands derby.
Huddersfield vs. Barnsley (Wednesday, 7.45pm)
The Tykes suffered a shock 2-0 loss at Coventry City on Sunday to remain sixth, while Huddersfield strengthened their survival hopes with a win by the same scoreline at Nottingham Forest.
We say: Huddersfield Town 0-2 Barnsley
Barnsley will be eager to show that their loss to Coventry was just a blip, having won their previous six away matches before the trip to St Andrew's.
Like their opponents, Huddersfield are also in need of a victory, but they have not won back-to-back matches since early December and we cannot see that changing here.
Luton vs. Reading (Wednesday, 7.45pm)
The Royals have won just one of their last seven games to lose ground on the playoffs, while Luton have climbed up to 13th thanks to back-to-back victories.
We say: Luton Town 3-1 Reading
Reading have a good record against Luton and won 5-0 on their most recent visit to Kenilworth Road.
There is no chance of a repeat scoreline here, though, with the Hatters now in a far better shape.
Only three teams have collected more points than Luton over their last six Championship games, and we can see them recording another victory here.